Sterling silver pair of very pretty table vases, having plain fluted bodies, with hand-pierced tops and applied cast floral and scroll borders, and sitting on matching hand-pierced pedestal feet. Made by Mappin and Webb of London in 1914. The dimensions of this fine hand-made silver pair of vases are height 27 cms (10.5 inches), width at top 13 cms (5 inches), and they weigh a total of 600g (19.3 troy ounces). Please note that these vases are not loaded.
Italian Silver Mortar and Pestle | From a unique collection of vintage more silver, flatware and silverplate at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/silver-flatware-silverplate/more-silver-flatware-silverplate/
19th Century Antique Dutch Miniature Silver Teacup and Saucer Set (6 of each) A lovely set of 6 miniature silver teacups with matching saucers, both cups and saucers are decorated with a hand engraved zig zag pattern. This is around the rims and centre of the saucers, and both inside and outside the rims of the teacups. All 6 saucers have 2 hallmarks, firstly makers mark "H goblet" in a 6 sided punch, we have not been able to identify the maker (we would welcome assistance, thanks!).